Post # 1
So I’ve heard really good things about Foot Petals (http://www.footpetals.com/) in regards to making high heels more comfortable to wear all day for your wedding (or anything else for that matter).
But when I checked out the website, they have two completely different styles and I don’t really know the difference between their purposes and which would be better for me to wear.
They have Tip Toes:
and Killer Kushionz:
Can anyone enlighten me? What are the differences between the purpose of the two styles?
Post # 3
Personally, I tried both and neither of them actually worked in making my shoes any more comfortable 🙁
Post # 4
I just bought the tip toes (and a heel cushion) the other day at beauty.com. I found a code for free shipping so I figured it was a good time to buy. Anyway, the reviews at beauty.com were better for the tip toes than the kushionz so I went for the tip toes. Haven’t received them or tried them yet.
Post # 5
I haven’t tried the Tip Toes, but did use the Kushionz for a wedding I was in last year. They did not work! I wore the shoes I was wearing to the wedding to the rehearsal cocktail party and was in SO MUCH PAIN after about an hour and a half that even when I took the shoes off I still couldn’t walk properly because my feet had cramped up so badly. I wear heels regularly, but these were quite high (over 4″), but still!
So, in short, I would try the Tip Toes and hope that they work better!
Post # 6
My favourite product is Dr. Scholls high heel insert.
It doesn’t take away all the pain but it helps a lot! It is designed to keep the weight in your heel instead of putting all the weight on the ball of your feet!
I highly recommend trying these!
Post # 7
I know more of the Bees have used these before …. Bump!
Post # 8
I’ve only used the Tip Toes, but they work well for really high heels since most of the weight is on the ball of your foot. I find that their purpose isn’t so much to cushion as to keep your foot from sliding forward. So if you have a sandal or a peep toe and your toes are being pinched or sliding off the front of the shoe, they keep your foot a little further back on the shoe.
Post # 9
Yeah they aren’t cushioned, they are meant to keep your feet from sliding forward in heels. Don’t know if they work but I’m trying them out soon.
Post # 10
I seen lots of Bees post about using these before …. Bump!